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Super Bowl Menus for Every Party Style

Twists on unhealthy snacks.

First-Down Diet

If your waistline is still recovering from the holidays, the Super Bowl can be a tempting day to break your diet. Try these twists on unhealthy snacks. They cut down on fat while helping keep up the energy you need to cheer on your team.

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Spinach Artichoke Dip from Delicious Mediterranean Diet Recipes by Hearst

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Sizzlin’ Steak Kebabs from Delicious Mediterranean Diet Recipes by Hearst

vegetarian chili

Vegetarian Chili from The Supernatural Kids Cookbook by Nancy Mehagian & Haile Thomas

Icing the Chef

Chill out! Take it easy and set out treats at room temperature to let your guests graze. These sweet and spicy offerings are easy to toss onto the coffee table so you can focus on the game.

potato salad

Karen Edwards’s Warm Potato Salad with String Bean from Home Cooking by Laurie Colwin

jalapeno cornbread

Jalapeno Cornbread from Sweet & Savory Cookbook by Gwen Kenneally

pineapple salsa

Pineapple, Jicama, and Thai Chili Salsa from Sweet & Savory Cookbook by Gwen Kenneally

Gridiron Gourmet

Are you the host with the most? Love elevating comfort cuisine to the next level? Prefer Barefoot Contessa over Betty Crocker? These recipes are simple, yet have foodie cred in spades.

cheese puffs

French Cheese Puffs from Canal House Cooking Vol. No. 2 by Canal House Cooking

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Fried Zucchini from Canal House Cooking Vol. No. 2 by Canal House Cooking

lemon foccacia

Lemon and Sea Salt Foccacia from Canal House Cooking Vol. No. 3 by Canal House Cooking

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